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  • Amenorrhea

    Amenorrhea is a medical term for when a woman does not have menstrual periods.

  • Anal Fissure

    An anal fissure is a small crack or tear in the thin, moist lining of the lower rectum. It’s a…

  • Anal Fistulas

    An anal fistula is an abnormal connection that forms between the anus and the skin outside of it. It usually…

  • Anaphylaxis

    Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction. Symptoms range from mild to severe, and immediate attention is necessary.

  • Anemia

    Anemia is the most common blood disorder in the U.S. It affects your red blood cells and hemoglobin. Most people…

  • Anger Management Issues in Children

    Moments of anger in children are normal. But as parents, it’s important to teach your child how to deal with…

  • Angina

    Angina is a heart condition that causes chest pain or pressure.

  • Ankle Problems

    Follow this chart for more information about problems that can cause ankle pain.

  • Ankle Sprains

    An ankle sprain is a stretched or torn ligament in your ankle. It is a common injury that can be…

  • Antacids and Acid Reducers: OTC Relief for Heartburn and Acid Reflux

    There are 3 types of over-the-counter medicines that treat heartburn and acid reflux: antacids, H2 blockers and proton pump…

  • Anti-diarrheal Medicines: OTC Relief for Diarrhea

    Over-the-counter antidiarrheal medicines like Imodium, Kaopectate, or Pepto-Bismol can help to relieve frequent and liquid bowel movements.

  • Antibiotics: When They Can and Can't Help

    Antibiotics are medicines prescribed by your doctor to treat infections. Overuse can lead to antibiotic resistance.

  • Antiemetic Medicines: OTC Relief for Nausea and Vomiting

    You can buy over-the-counter (OTC) medicines without a prescription, including medicines that treat nausea and vomiting. These are called…

  • Antihistamines

    Antihistamines are medicines that help alleviate allergy symptoms. You can take over-the-counter antihistamines, or your doctor may prescribe one.

  • Antihistamines: Understanding Your OTC Options

    Antihistamine medications help relieve or prevent allergy symptoms. Learn more about first-generation and second-generation antihistamines.

  • Antioxidants: What You Need to Know

    Antioxidants are chemicals that help stop or limit damage caused by free radicals. They also boost your immunity.

  • Appendicitis

    Appendicitis is inflammation or infection in your appendix. If not treated, your appendix can burst. This can be serious, even…

  • Approval of the Pfizer COVID Vaccine: What You Need to Know

    On August 23, 2021, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave its first full approval of a vaccine for the prevention of COVID-19. Previously, the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine was available under emergency use authorization. That means that the vaccine has